Giant Redwoods, Rhododendron wood, heavenly scents in the Leith Hill area

This hike is made up of 3 different woodlands starting at the Rhododendron Wood near Leith Hill deep in the Surrey Hills. Absolutely amazing that Caroline Wedgwood, Charles Darwin’s eldest sister created this stunning wood.

The hike starting at the Rhododendron wood and also navigated through Dingwall wood, Leith Hill wood and making up approximately 3.5 miles loop. The Giant Redwoods are beautiful and the Tulip Tree which made it over from the US is thought to be the third largest in England and over 250 years old! This is a superb hike and exploration for the whole family.

SUBSCRIBE TO MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL ► SUBSCRIBE

For privacy reasons YouTube needs your permission to be loaded. For more details, please see our Privacy and Cookie Policy.
I Accept
Subscribe on YouTube

SUBSCRIBE TO MY WEEKLY ADVENTURES ON YOUTUBE

Inside look…

  • Magnificent views

  • Amazing hiking trails

  • Mostly gravel / dirt / grass trails

  • Some climbing & step inclines

  • Wildlife & bird spotting

  • Gentle hills, and some steep uphill climbs

  • Scenic setting

  • Perfect for a family day out

  • Great for short or extended hiking routes

  • Some picnic benches and great picnic spots

  • No cafe onsite bring food supplies

  • No toilets onsite

  • Free parking nearby

Sign up to my newsletter to get the best of my adventure stories straight to your inbox.

Basic packing list…